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Ball State adds late 2012 piece

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He didn't figure that he would still be looking around at this point, but Chase Brogna made the most of his second chance to be recruited.
After initially committing to hometown Rice, the Houston (Texas) St. Thomas committed to Ball State on Friday.
"I chose Ball State because it felt like home to me and the coaches are unbelievable," said Brogna. "All the players are great guys, the program fits my style of play and the academic side of school and campus is unbelievable."
A six-foot tall point guard, Brogna is an outstanding shooter which helps to space the floor and he makes good decisions.
He expects that shooting and his willingness to play any role to help him as he adds division one strength.
"I see myself playing my part as a knock down shooter who will give it my all and lead my team to victory," said Brogna. "I think I need to work on my physical strength and athleticism the most."
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